Definition of netiquette.
Basic rules of netiquette.
Types of netiquette.
Netiquette began before the 1991 start
of the World Wide Type.
email, Telnet, Usenet, Gopher, Wais, and
FTP from educational and research
bodies dominated Internet traffic.
DEFINITION OF NETIQUETTE..
1.A portmanteau of network etiquette or
2.It is a set of conventions
that facilitate interaction over networks, raging
from Usenet and mailing lists to
blogs and forums.
Help the newbie. asking.
Remember emotion. People aren’t
1.New users on the internet
are sometimes called
Help the newbie.
3.Help the newbie as you
wish you were helped.
2. Can use
1.Don't use capitals smiley signal
emotions like 3.Be particularly
unnecessarily in polite when
email smiles, winks,
sadness, disagreeing with
surprise, etc. others.
1. check the files, search
the internet for the
answer to a question
before sending email to
a human being.
2.If it turns out that the BEFORE
question was easily, you ASKING..
may annoy the other
person and embarrass
1.Many people send email from their
work email accounts because that is
the only email account they have.
Never assume that a person is
speaking for the organization that
they work for.
2.To ensure that people can
make this distinction, some
folks put a sentence in the
signature of their email at work.
TYPES OF NETIQUETTE
Remember other’s email
Never send Respect
what you don’t copyright
•Netiquette is very important. "when someone
makes a mistake, be kind about it.
•If you do decide to inform
someone of a mistake, point it out politely.
•Never be arrogant or self-righteous about